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Title: Verne Tveton

Dates: 1913-1930

Collection Number: 00724

Quantity: 30 items

Abstract: Copies of photographs of homesteads, a school, a mine, and threshing in Divide and Williams counties.

Provenance:  The State Historical Society of North Dakota Acquired this collection from Vern Tveton in July 1988.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
From the Williston Herald, Wednesday October 8, 2009

Verne Tveton, 87, Grenora, passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2009 at the Trinity Nursing Home, Minot after a short stay. Funeral services are at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 12, 2009 at St. Olaf’s Lutheran Church, Grenora. Intern Pastor Dana Lockhart is officiating. Interment is at Bethany Cemetery.

Verne Tveton was born on Sept. 21, 1922 to Erik and Caroline (Hagen) Tveton on a farm northwest of Hanks, North Dakota. He was raised and educated in area schools, graduating from Hanks High School in 1940. After graduation, he and his mother moved to their farm in Fertile Valley Township northeast of Grenora and he began farming the land and raising cattle. His Charolais cattle became his trademark. He continued to do so until his retirement and continued to live on the farm raising gardens and fruit trees.

He had several hobbies that included woodworking, leather crafting, rock collecting, and reading. Verne was a quiet man and was well respected in the community.

Verne is survived by several nephews and nieces, Marlo (Gloria) Blomberg, Delores (Tony) Hendrickson, all of Williston, Wallace (Carol) Blomberg, Fargo, Jim (Connie) Blomberg, Minot, Allen (Mary) Blomberg, Leonard (Faye) Laqua, both of Fargo, Darlene (Frank) Phillips, Orondo, Wash., and Ronald Laqua, Halstad, Minn.

He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Lillian Tveton Blomberg and Esther Tveton Laqua; and niece, Carolle Blomberg Bartsch.

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00724-02              Steer pulling people on a sled, Grenora (ND)
00742-05              Man with horse drawn Avery pumper
00724-06              Team of horses hitched to a wagon with a man and a woman riding
00724-07              Picture of people and horses in a field
00724-08              Four oxen leading a cart with a man on it, two women walking behind
00724-09              Four miners and a dog outside a mine
00724-10              Two men with cart loaded with coal
00724-11              Young man reading in a claim shack
00724-12              Young man playing accordion
00724-13              Man working at an anvil
00724-14              Family posed in front of Anondale homestead
00724-15              Old store at Howard (ND) – tarpaper shack sheltered by sod walls
00724-16              Old store at Howard (ND) – tarpaper shack sheltered by sod walls
00724-17              Sod home Vern Treton, Grenora (ND) 1930
00724-18              Man on bicycle outside tarpaper shack
00724-19              Woman outside tarpaper shack
00724-20              Man with apron and frying pan outside tarpaper shack
00724-21              Sod schoolhouse School District 37, School #3, Zahl (ND) ca. 1913-1914
00724-22              Threshing scene
00724-22              Threshing
00724-23              Threshing scene
00724-24              Threshing scene
00724-25              Threshing scene
00724-26              Threshing scene
00724-27              Threshing scene
00724-28              Threshing crew and some women taking a break
00724-29              Threshing scene
00724-30              Two men taking lunch break while threshing

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